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SAGACIOUS most nearly means
The villain planned to __________ the wealthy young lady and demand a large ransom from her family.
HARROWING most nearly means
While ice fishing with her dad, Carley was careful not to get too close to the __________water as she peered into the fishing hole on the pond.
Mary enjoys the ____________ of her knitting group that meets in the bookstore each week.
DILIGENT most nearly means
Beth and Janine enjoy making smoothies as an after school snack each day. They are always trying to __________ exciting new flavor combinations to wow their friends.
DEFT most nearly means
PLACATE most nearly means
In science class, we learned that __________ mammals include the squirrels, deer, wolves, and porcupines.
CAVORT most nearly means
The new teacher was sad about the __________ of books in the classroom library, so she send a letter to the community asking for donations of their favorite titles.
TRUCULENT most nearly means
ACCENTUATE most nearly means
The __________waitress brought coloring pages and crayons to keep the children occupied as the family waited for a table in the busy restaurant.
RUSTIC most nearly means
Despite the summer’s __________ weather conditions, the farmer was able to harvest enough crops for his family to survive the long, harsh winter.
FACILE most nearly means
The child expected the teacher to __________her for forgetting her homework, but instead, the teacher told her to bring it to class the next day.
ERRONEOUS most nearly means
The __________ fumes from the failed chemistry experiment caused a school-wide evacuation; this delighted the students, who as a result, were dismissed early on a Friday!
ODIOUS most nearly means
The preschool teacher ensured there were no __________ references in the movie that she would show to her class on “Friday Movie Day.”
VAST most nearly means
Brendan’s mother asked him to stop __________ his little brother because she was tired of listening to their bickering.
BOISTEROUS most nearly means
The boy was so nervous about his math test that he tried to __________ illness just to get out of it!
INNATE most nearly means
Principal Flynn hoped this year’s Senior Prank would not be as __________ as last year as it had taken him weeks to get the chalk-paint designs off his new car!
The teacher read a story about rich children who __________ a little girl because she came from a poor family to support her lesson about being kind to others, no matter what their circumstances.
QUOTIENT most nearly means
The musicians could hear the __________ in their performance and blamed it on their lack of practice in the previous week.
COMATOSE most nearly means
The teacher returned the student’s first draft, citing that it needed to be more __________ and thoughtfully organized.
RETRACT most nearly means